Scanningcenterbeltsville ShiptrackingST000661 Unique_idCAT31120467 Nal_call_number1.9 F7626R SeriesResearch note (California Forest and Range Experiment Station) Subcollectionusfspacificsouthwestregion Mediatypetexts Page-progressionlr Identifierwoodcharcoalprod210kasi Scannerscribe2.beltsville.archive.org Ppi350 CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II Operatorassociate-saw-thein@... Scandate20131209140801 Republisherassociate-yvonne-wang@... Imagecount10 Identifier-accesshttp://archive.org/details/woodcharcoalprod210kasi Identifier-arkark:/13960/t8rb9gc5t OcrABBYY FineReader 9.0 Curatestatefreeze Invoice3 Sponsordate20140131 RightsThe contributing institution believes that this item is not in copyright. Backup_locationia905800_29
Production of wood charcoal in California for 1961 increased 16.4 percent from that in 1956, despite a marked decrease in the number of producers. The 103 operating kilns produced at only 24 percent of their potential annual capacity. Average selling prices of the bulk charcoal decreased 26 percent. Most raw charcoal was processed into briquettes.--p.